Electronic commerce (also referred to as EC, e-commerce or ecommerce) consists primarily of the distributing, buying, selling, marketing, and servicing of products or services over electronic systems such as the Internet and other computer networks. The information technology industry might see it as an electronic business application aimed at commercial transactions. Thus, the system SABRE (Semi-Automatic Business Research Environment) makes air travel more accessible to ordinary passengers, helping them to navigate the fares and flights, the number of which is constantly growing. The buyer transfers any given amount of conventional money in the Bank, and in return receives a certain amount of digital money that exists only in electronic form and stored in a "wallet" (using special software) on the computer buyer. It is noteworthy that the prices in the shopping villages are lower compared to the store sometimes up to 70 %. The Internet platform gives the opportunity to significantly simplify operations at all stages, to make trading more effective and transparent. "Shopping village" is very popular as the Europeans, and visitors because of the quality of products, wide selection and huge discounts. This website provides all the necessary information about the firm and contact details and the details of that gives the opportunity of communication with competent staff. Examples of this kind of trading — traditional online stores, aimed at a target group direct consumers of goods. They are not so popular, but still used in some specific cases. Internet Commerce is not only the process of selling products. Hosting includes the provision of disk space for hosting Web sites on a Web server, providing access to over a communication channel with a certain bandwidth, as well as the rights to administer the site.
The meaning of the term "electronic commerce" has changed over the last 30 years. Originally, "electronic commerce" meant the facilitation of commercial transactions electronically, usually using technology like Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) and Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT), where both were introduced in the late 1970s, for example, to send commercial documents like purchase orders or invoices electronically. Advertising on the Internet is implemented using banners (from the English word "banner" - "ad-header"). They are pleasant to read, harmonically structured, easy to work with, but are an example of a complex technical solutions that allow the site to run smoothly at maximum load. Its birth was the first of the systems and methods of electronic Commerce are obliged to the advent of the technology of sales automation and implementation of automated control systems corporate resources. After selecting the product, the user can do directly from the Internet ordering buying it, which indicates the form of payment, time and place of delivery and so on. In 1960 American American Airlines and IBM begin to create automation procedures for reservation of seats for flights. Sold as editions in General, users are not sent in print and in electronic form, and advertising space, which immediately opened new avenues of sales. Some time ago a network of sales have just begun to develop, and due to the small spread of the Internet, they have not received we do active development in Europe. Its birth was the first of the systems and methods of electronic Commerce are obliged to the advent of the technology of sales automation and implementation of automated control systems corporate resources. Accordingly, began to develop areas such as currency exchange and other operations related to Finance. If the actual sales to be successful you need a few things, namely the demand for goods, reasonable price and good quality, then the Internet is also important, the ability to present products and to provide the buyer with the most convenient conditions of purchase.